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Funimation Reveals SUPER HXEROS Anime's English Dub Cast

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Matt Shipman, Brittany Lauda star in English dub, which premiered on Friday

Funimation announced on Friday the English dub cast and staff for SUPER HXEROS, the television anime of Ryōma Kitada's Dokyū Hentai HxEros manga. The company also announced that it began streaming the dub on Friday. Funimation is streaming the anime's censored broadcast version from Aniplex of America for the dub.

The English dub cast includes:

Marshall Willscythe is the dub's script writer.

The anime premiered on July 3. Funimation is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan.

The manga's story begins when an unknown invader known as the "Kiseichū" (wordplay on the Japanese word for "parasite") invades Earth and begins robbing people of the source of their erotic "H energy," depriving them of the will to live. Retto Enjō, a high school boy, joins the hero organization HxEros, and alongside four beautiful high school girls, will save the Earth from the alien threat.

Masato Jinbo (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei!) is directing the anime at project No.9, and Akitomo Yamamoto (The Girl in Twilight sub-character designer and chief animation director) is serving as character designer. Jinbo is also overseeing the series scripts.

HXEROS SYNDROMES — a new special unit produced by the rock band BURNOUT SYNDROMES for this anime with Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as a featured artist — is performing the anime's opening theme song "Wake Up Hx ERO! feat. Retto Enjō (Matsuoka Yoshitsugu)." Ai Kakuma is performing the ending theme song "lost emotion" as her character Kirara Hoshino.

Kitada launched the manga in Shueisha's Jump SQ. magazine in April 2017, and Shueisha published the manga's 10th volume on July 3. The manga's 11th and 12th volume will each bundle an original anime Blu-ray Disc. The 11th volume ship on November 4, and the 12th volume will ship on March 4, 2021. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the manga and will release the first volume in February 2021.

Source: Funimation


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